Rick Dees @WHBQ-AM in 1977
Why did Rick Dees seem to have it in for Elvis Presley in 1976? If the "He Ate Too Many Jelly Doughnuts" parody was not enough, he made three unsuccessful on-air attempts to crank call the King at his bedroom phone. Ginger Alden answered the hotline all three times and refused to hand the phone to Elvis while interrogating Dees ("How did you get this number? We just changed it.") on how he had become privy to the most secretly guarded phone number in Memphis. Sources claim that Alecia Kerwin set him up for the ambush (she was in the works to be the next girlfriend and Alden was to be kicked to the curb) and leaked info about Elvis's private number during visits to Dees' house on Sardis Lake. She told Mr. Disco Duck that Elvis would return from pre-dawn racquetball sessions and listen to WHBQ-AM waiting for Dees to play either Stevie Wonder's current hit song "Isn't She Lovely" or "When I Need You" from Leo Sayer before he would fall asleep.
my girl 1985
Steve Forrester, James Flynn and Steve Ingle @Neil's Bar and Grill (8/18/19)
--they should form a ZZ Top tribute band...
Jack Holder, Jimi Jamison, Mandy Meyer, Jeff Klaven and Tommy Keiser formed the band Cobra in 1983.
...the debut of Paul McCartney and Wings at the Hard Rock Cafe in London ---Isaac Tigrett pictured on the far right.
Valerie June and Luther Dickinson
Susanne Jerome Taylor and John Paul Daniel
Susanne Jerome Taylor, Rob Caudill and Pat Taylor
Buddy Davis, Paul Cannon, Tommy Cathey and Jimi Jamison in the fall of 1978. Where was Bill Marshall?
Target in 1979: Bill Marshall, Paul Cannon, Tommy Cathey, Buddy Davis and Jimi Jamison.
Pam Grier and Mr. Wonderful at the Airport Hilton in 1975.
Phillip and Midori Rauls
Jerry Waddell and Steve Cropper
The Caboose in 1970--Walter Ramsey Jr., Tommy Cathey, Gary Johns, Patt Karr, Jackie Cook and Joel Williams.
The Northwest Airlines All-Stars in 1996: Mark Farner, Steve Cropper, Felix Cavaliere, David Santos, Liberty DeVito, Billy Preston, Wendy Moten, Mark Riveria, and Lou Gramm.
Joel Williams, Tommy Cathey, Walter Ramsey Jr., Patt Karr, Gary Johns and Jackie Cook --The Caboose (1970).
Susanne Jerome Taylor
Wyzard at the Peaches Records anniversary show in 1978.
Spider Murphy Workshop Stage
Jaguar in 1977: Pat Taylor, Drew Hays, Ed Foresman, Walter Polk, Roy Howell and Doug Mayo.
Krista Wroten of the Memphis Dawls
Diane Steinberg-Lewis with husband Kenny Lee Lewis (of the Steve Miller band) on 12/31/12 in New York.
Andrew Suggs, Susanne Jerome Taylor, David "Groove" Parker, John Paul Daniel, Rick Malchow and Les Birchfield
Charles Lawing and Chris Lovell at Strings and Things in Memphis.
The Bluebeats: Peter Hykra, Steve Cobb and Bruce Browning --7/15/1982.